Supporting Early Interventionists of Toddlers with Autism to Build Family Capacity (SEITA)
A framework utilized to help early interventionists in promoting parent mediation of social communication in toddlers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). ASD is the fastest growing developmental disability, and the ability to detect signs of ASD at earlier ages will allow more children to receive critical services needed for their development.
Preparing Educators of Students with Autism (PESA)
This program is designed for professionals and others with an interest in supporting individuals on the autism spectrum. The four upper level graduate courses emphasize research and theory related to the core autism challenge of social communication, individual and family perspectives, integrated approaches to intervention, and practical considerations.
Joint Attention Mediated Learning for Toddlers with Autism (JAML)
An intervention practice for toddlers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that directly targets foundational preverbal social communication competencies from within the parent-child relationship at a critical juncture (by 30 months of age).